Rep. Mark Amodei to Serve as Trump Campaign Nevada ChairmanDonald Trump campaign officials say they've named Rep. Mark Amodei as their Nevada state chairman.
Reps. Amodei, Hardy Urge Approval of Race Through MonumentTwo Republican congressmen are urging the Obama administration to expedite approval of an off-road race through Nevada's newest national monument.
Burning Questions At "Burning Man"Event organizers complained BLM was demanding 24-hour supply of ice cream
Nevada Representatives Vote For Medical Pot ProvisionAll four of Nevada's U.S. House members voted in favor of an amendment the House has passed blocking the federal government from interfering with states that permit the use of medical marijuana.
Nevada Congressman Criticizes ColleaguesAmodei speaks out about "cattle-battle"
Lawmakers Split On Debt Ceiling VoteNevada’s congressional delegation split along party lines to suspend the federal debt limit through mid-March 2015.
Heck Joins Dems To End ShutdownThe government is reopening its doors Thursday after a battle-weary Congress approved a bipartisan measure Wednesday to end a 16-day partial shutdown and avert the possibility of an economy-jarring federal default.
Nevada Lawmakers Weigh In On SyriaAt least two Nevada lawmakers are urging President Obama to consult with Congress before going ahead with a military strike against Syria.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 01/31/13: School Choice Week, Nevada GOP, And The Gripe LineMark Amodei, United States Representative for Nevada’s 2nd district, talks about President Obama’s comprehensive immigration reform and other issues facing the nation.
NV Representatives Split On Fiscal Cliff BillTwo of Nevada's three House members voted to approve the bill that keeps the nation from going over the "fiscal cliff."
Candidates Ready For ElectionThe two-week filing period for elective offices is over in Nevada, and some key races are shaping up this presidential election year.
Amodei At Odds With BLMCongressman Mark Amodei is slamming the Bureau of Land Management over its decision to pull 33 parcels from an upcoming oil and gas lease sale because of concerns about sage grouse habitat.